Baby Skin Care

Bathing your Newborn

Keeping your baby clean is an important part of caring for your newborn. You don't need to give your baby a full bath every single day, but you should top and tail your baby at least once a day. This is done by laying your...

Taking care of baby skin

When our babies are born with their beautiful smooth skin, our natural instinct is to protect it. But it can be difficult to determine the best approach with a range of conflicting information available, from old wives...

Baby Massage

As I sat in a doctor’s waiting room recently, I heard the unmistakable sound of a distressed baby – most likely as tired of waiting as the rest of us. Glancing over I watched as the baby’s mother calmly took a small...

Baby Massage Frequently Asked Questions

The following are questions our nbb expert panel member Helen Pritchard usually gets asked about baby massage. At what age can I start? Babies can be massage from birth in a loving and gentle way within the home. If you are...

Baby Massage Simple Routine For Legs And Feet

Before you start check that you have: A calm, relaxed environment Natural, organic grapeseed oil. A towel, a muslin for accidents, a spare nappy and your baby. Take a deep breath, get comfortable and connect with...

Nappy Rash and Baby’s Sensitive Skin

Nappy rash also known as "Diaper dermatitis". It is very common and can happen no matter how careful you are. Some babies with the best care still get a lot of nappy rash, while others hardly get it at all so a lot depends on...

Types Of Baby Rash

Babies have delicate skin and most babies will have problems with their skin as they grow. Baby rashes can appear when babies come in contact with clothes, their skin is too dry, or etc. These are usually itchy and your baby...

Baby Eczema Treatment

How to Beat the Eczema Itch in Your Baby One of the most common skin disorders in babies and infants is eczema, which causes excessive dry skin, itching and soreness. Around 30% of the general population in Australia suffers...

Is Baby Acne Common Among Newborns?

Baby acne is not uncommon among newborns and is known as "infantile acne". It is likely to appear on babies cheeks but may also strike chins and foreheads of newborns. When a baby is born with infantile acne, the period of...

Cradle Cap

Most babies may appear to have perfect, blemish free skin but their skin is very sensitive which makes it prone to most kinds of rashes and this includes cradle cap. Cradle cap (infantile or neonatal seborrheic dermatitis,...

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